Anten® offers cost-effective, quality zeolite makeup chemicals, helping paper mills further their sustainability initiatives through our extensive capabilities and unmatched expertise.
Quality Matters in Paper Manufacturing
Because quality cannot be compromised, Anten® continually adheres to the highest standards. We analyze the chemical composition of deliveries. We conduct tank quality checks monthly. With our own lab and chemists, we test spent zeolite products regularly to ensure we meet your standards. Our pulp processing chemical products include:
Zeolite is used to replace TiO2 material with pulp for papermaking, and to improve the coating absorbing capacity of ink paper. It aids in the reduction of the environmental impact of chemical pulping and helps manufacturers to reduce costs more effectively.
In addition to offering significant cost advantages, the use of zeolite products helps promote recycling and environmental sustainability in other industries.
By supplying zeolite series, Anten® helps pulp and paper companies reduce their recycled cost.
AntenChem zeolite molecular sieves are crystalline, highly porous materials, which belong to the class of alumina silicates. These crystals have a three-dimensional structure, with pores of precisely defined diameters. They are designed to allow smaller molecules such as water, CO2, and H2S to be adsorbed while excluding larger molecules, hence the name “molecular sieve”. AntenChem offers a wide range of pore sizes to “sieve” molecules of various sizes and shapes including gases and liquids.
With silicate manufacturing facilities, R&D centers, and sales offices worldwide, we are well equipped to meet the challenges of today’s global marketplace while delivering local service and support. Our large scale manufacturing capabilities, strict quality control, and secure supply chain round out a partnership you can trust.
Your most successful path is one that delivers the solutions and expertise you need, where and when you need it, and from one accountable source. Streamlining operations and identifying a single point of accountability – backed by experience in your industry and the subject matter expertise you require – can create a significant advantage for you.